Post Tagged with: "Regional Security"

Interview – Pınar Bilgin

Interview – Pınar Bilgin

Pınar Bilgin explores her research on international political sociology, postcolonial thought and critical security studies, particulalry in relation to the Global South.

Science, Technology and Security in the Middle East

Science, Technology and Security in the Middle East

The technological dependence of Arab countries has enhanced their vulnerability to outside interference and reduced their internal, national integration.

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The Changing Nature of African Conflicts: Regional Electoral Insecurity

Africas’ insecurity has been seen largely in the form of coups, genocides, ethnic cleansing, xenophobia, and lately rampant of all is electoral insecurity.

Argentina’s Perseverance and Stability in the South Atlantic

Argentina’s Perseverance and Stability in the South Atlantic

A dominant Argentina may unhinge the Antarctic Treaty. Britain must put forward a diplomatic offensive in the region and at the UN.

Upgrading the Arab League by Establishing a Joint Military Force?

Upgrading the Arab League by Establishing a Joint Military Force?

It cannot be excluded that the initiative to build a Arab military force will share the fate of previous launches: a big announcement followed by a rather low performance

Review – North Korea and Northeast Asian Regional Security

Review – North Korea and Northeast Asian Regional Security

Shen’s edited book presents a good collection of regional perspectives on the security problems posed by a nuclear North Korea during the late-Kim Jong Il period.

NAFTA’s Future and Regional Security Cooperation

NAFTA’s Future and Regional Security Cooperation

The ultimate fate of NAFTA might be that the forces it has unleashed – mass migrations and transnational organized crime – are too powerful and destabilizing to contain.

ASEAN: Going It Alone? Not Quite

ASEAN: Going It Alone? Not Quite

Despite decades of confidence-building, distrust among ASEAN member states has remained high, limiting the extent of intraregional cooperation.

Review – United States-Africa Security Relations

Review – United States-Africa Security Relations

Kalu & Kieh’s edited collection presents a key understanding of where US-Africa relations should be going, instead of an adequate analysis of where they are now.

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